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Memories of days gone by; those special {iipes 
We spent together . . . 
Learning, growing, maturing 



and another school year has passed: 



Dreams were shared and exchanged; 

We dreamed of greater times, of peace and love. 

We dreamed of future times. 



and another school year has passed. 



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We learned to share our unique personalities, 
Solitary hopes and dreams. 
Learning, growing, maturing 
'.•'■. . Getting Together! 



MILESTONE 1972 



SOUTHBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 



SOUTHBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 



"/ had always felt that . . school came 

Into existence the day 

I entered it, was vibrantly real 

While I was a student there, 

And then blinked out like a candle 

The day I left." 



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We set apart a section of our crowded 

Lives to listen to each other, 

To laugh and sing . . . 

To be together. But occasionally, 

We broke apart from the main in order 

To search for the meaning 

Of our lives. We thought deep thoughts: 

The world is mine to conquer; 

Am I worthy? 





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But the answers seemed to lie, 
Not in ourselves, 
But in each other. And we 
Reached out and gained courage 
From one another. 



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We've got to live for today; 
I've got so much to give, 
There is so much to say," 








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"Getting together never felt like this before. 



We came together in a classroom 

And learned to understand 

One another in an academic situation. 

But more importantly, 

After school hours, through clubs, 

Meetings, sporting events and hard work 

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Autumn Saturdays . . . We came 

Together at the football field 

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For each age is a dream that is dying, 
Or one that is coming to birth. 

A. W. O'Shaughnessy 




SENIORS 



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SEAN PHIPPS Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Concess., Prom Comm., Yrbk. Staff, 
Hmrm. Off., Basketball, Cross 
Country, MOST OPTIMISTIC. 

ROBERT J, PELOQUIN Football, 
Track, Prom Comm., Co-Op. 




SEAN PHIPPS 
PRESIDENT 



ROBERT J. PELOQUIN 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



BARBARA ]. BICKI Stu. Coun., 
Yrbk. Bus. Mgr., Nat. Non. Soc, Stu. 
Adv. Comm., SLD Aide, Sci. Fair, 
Troubs. Pres., FT A, French, Spanish, 
Drama and Reading Clubs, Math 
Team, Girls' Chorus, jV and Var. 
Cheering, Co-Captain, Majorette, 
DID MOST FOR CLASS, BEST 
LOOKING. 

CLARE M. MORRILL Majorette, 
Class Off., Yrbk. Edit.. Staff, Thespi- 
ans, Troubs, Nat. Hon. Soc., Prom 
Comm., Cheering, Pep and Drama 
Club 1 ,, All-School and Sr. Class 
Plays, BEST ACTRESS. 





BARBARA J. BICKI 
SECRETARY 



CLARE M. MORRILL 
TREASURER 




School life takes on 

A different character when 

We become Seniors. 

Over and over, we are faced 

With letting go . . . of the 

Security of our high school 

Days, the safety of familiar 

Routine, the teachers 

And the classmates who made 

The years such special ones. 



ELAINE F. APQSTOLA \Ed;~iri-} 
Chief of Persiflage, Troubs, Pep arid 
Span, Clubs,: Thespians, All-School 
and Sr. Class Plays, Choir, Prom 
Comm ., Sci., Fair, Basketball, 
Majorette. '■';;'. ; ,. : . ;', 



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DENISE T. ARSENAULT 




DENISE T. ARSENAULT FNA, Art 
and Pep Clubs, Prom Comm. 

BONNIE J. ASSELIN Thespian 
Pres., Nat. Hon.Soc, Yrbk. Ed.-in- 
Chiei, French, Drama, Pep, Reading 
and" Ski Clubs, SLD Aide, Sr. Class, 
All-School and Faculty Plays, Talent 
Show, Prom Comm., Concess. 



BONNIE J. ASSELIN 




SALLY A. BANKS 




SALLY A. BANKS FNA, C/ee Club, 
Chorus, Pep Club. 

JUNE C. BENOIT Ski, Biology and 
Pep Clubs, C/ee Club, Chorus, 
Troubs. 



RICHARD !-",M; BENTLEY Ski and 
Drama Clubs, Debate, Prom 
Comm., Basketball Stat., BEST 
WRITER. ;■ ■ 

RONALD j: BENVENUTI Prom 
Comm., .-'.'. 





RICHARD M. BENTLEY 



RONALD J. BENVENUTI 



DAVID E. BERNIER Chef's Club, 
Football. 

DIANE BERTHIAUME Pep Club. 





DAVID E. BERNIER 



DIANE BERTHIAUME 



SANDRA BILLIS Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Troubs., French, Drama, Pep, Bio., 
and Span. Clubs, Concess., Chorus, 
Yrbk Staff, Hmrm. Off., All-School 
Play. 

DENISE E. BOREY Sr. Class Play, 
Pep and Gym Clubs, Hmrm. Off., 
Prom Comm., Cirls' Basketball, JV 
and Var. Cheering, Chorus, Sci. Fair, 
CHATTERBOX. 





SANDRA BILLIS 



DENISE E. BOREY 



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MICHAEL C. BOUCHARD Proirt 

Cotnffi "', ; '' .■'■■'"': ''.'".. 

RICHARD G;< BOUCHARD, Track, 
Cross-Country. '■'■'■■ ■' ' -';' "■; ■■■'.* 



MICHAEL C. BOUCHARD 



RICHARD G. BOUCHARD 





RAYMOND E. BOUCHER Prom 
Comm. ' . :' . . 

ANNE M. BOUVIER ETA, Troubs., 
Hmrm. Off., Drama, Pep, Reading 
and Qlee Clubs, Prom Comm., Tal- 
ent Show, Yrbk. Staff, Choir. 



RAYMOND E. BOUCHER 



ANNE M. BOUVIER 





JEFFREY M. BOYLE Basketball,. 
Cross-Country, Hmrm. Off., Prom 
Comm., Ski Club, "S" Club. 

RONALD R. BRODEUR Prom 
Comm. ')';■'■ 



JEFFREY M. BOYLE 



RONALD A. BRODEUR 



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SUSAN R. BRUNELL FTA, SLDand 
Tchr. Aide, Drama, Glee, Pep, Biol- 
ogy and Reading Clubs, Yrbk. Staff, 
Prom Comm.,JroubS„ '■■<■ ■'"': : . : - '{'■'::■■''■' ■■•■', 

DIANE F. BUNDEFF FTA, French, 
Pep,: Drama, Glee and Med. Car. 
Clubs, Nat. Hon. 5oc, Prom 
Comm., Yrbk. Staff. 





SUSAN R. BRUNELL 



DIANE F. BUNDEFF 



MARY T. CAPISTRAND C/ee 
Club. 

ROBERT C. CAPRERA Stu. Coun., 
Pres. and Treas., Nat. Hon. Soc, Stu. 
Adv. Comm., Class Off., Math 
Team, Ski, Chem. and "S" Clubs, 
Newspaper, Prom Comm., Coif, 
Basketball, Sci. Fair, Concess., Tal- 
ent Show, DID MOST FOR CLASS, 
MOST SOPHISTICATED. 





MARY T. CAPISTRAND 



ROBERT G. CAPRERA 



MARK CARPENTER Prom Comm. 

LUKE I. CARPENTIER Football, 
Prom Comm., Co-Op. 





MARK CARPENTER. 



LUKE ). CARPENTIER 



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LENORE M. CHAMPEAU FTA, 
Nat. Hon. Soc, Hmrm. Off., Prom 
Comm., Concess., Pep Club, Bas- 
ketball, Softball. 

MARK R. CHASSE Thespians, Sr. 
Class and All-School Plays, Drama 
and "S" Clubs, Sci. Fair, Newspaper, 
Prom Comm., Basketball, Baseball, 
Track, Hmrm. Off., CLASS FLIRT. 



LENORE M. CHAMPEAU 



MARK R. CHASSE 





KEVIN N. CHRISTO Stu. Coun., 
Class Off., Hmrm. Off., Drama 
Club, Prom Comm., Newspaper, Sr, 
Class Play, Yrbk. Staff, Concess., 
Baseball, Soccer, Cross Country, 
CHATTERBOX. 

CHARLES A. CIERPICH Prom 
Comm. 



KEVIN N. CHRISTO 



CHARLES A. CIERPICH 




This feeling of finality 
Causes us to draw 
A little closer to one 
Another, to laugh more often, 
To hang onto each experience 
just a little longer. 
Some condemn us for our high 
Spirits, not understanding 
Our need for the security we 
Gain from sharing good times. 



CLIFFORD CLARK Baseball. 



CLIFFORD CLARK 



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BARBARA L .COLOGNES! FSA, 
V: P., Yrbk. Bus : Staff, troubs., C/io- 
rus, Pep, Ski and Cym Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess., )V Basketball, 
Hmrm.bff,, 

DAVID T: CORBITT Yrbk., News- 
paper, Sr. Class Play, Talent Show, 
French, Bio., Pep, and Chefs Clubs, 
Prom Comm: 





BARBARA L. COLOGNESI 



DAVID T. CORBITT 



DEBORAH A. CQRRIVEAU Yrbk., 
Pep Club, Prom Comm., Concess., 
Hmrm. Off. 

DIANE D. COTE FNA, FSA, FTA, 
Yrbk., Bio., Pep, French and Span- 
ish Clubs, Prom Comm., Concess. 





DEBORAH A. CORRIVEAU 



DIANE D. COTE 



RONALD ). COURNOYER Yrbk., 
Prom Comm., Sr. Act. Comm. 

JUDITH E. COUTURE Thespians, 
Yrbk., Newspaper, Art Staffs, All 
School, Teachers, and Sr. Class 
Plays, FTA, Ski, Pep, French, Art and 
Drama Clubs, Prom Comm. 





RONALD J. COURNOYER 

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JUDITH E. COUTURE 





DENNIS J. CYGAN (■:. Prom .Comm., 

Co-Op. '■,'■}'-/;'' '■ "> 

CAROL A, D'ALLESSANDRO FNA,: 
FS,A,PepClub. 



DENNIS J. CYGAN 



CAROL A. D'ALLESSANDRO 





KENNETH C. D'ANCfLO Hmrm. 
Off., Prom Comm., Sci. Fair, Base- 
ball, Basketball. 

MICHAEL R. DARGIE Hmrm. 
Off., Sci. Fair, "S" Club, Football, 
Track. 



KENNETH G. DANGELO 



MICHAEL R. DARGIE 




LINDA M. DASHNAW 




GARY P. DEANGELIS 

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LINDA M. DASHNAW Glee Club. 

GARY P. DE ANGELIS Hmrm. 
Off., "S" Club, Math Fair, Prom 
Comm., Math Fair. ',; 



ELIZABETH f. DEMBOWSKI Med. 
Car. Club, Pres., Pep Club. 

PAVLETTE A. DE ROU1N ESA, Pep 
Club, Concess., Hmrm. Off. 





ELIZABETH ]. DEMBOWSKI 



PAULETTE A. DE ROUIN 



MELIANA L DIANI ESA, Pep and 
Glee Clubs, Concess. 

LINDA ). 0/ BONAVENTURA ESA, 
V.P., Pep and C/ee Clubs, Troubs., 
Concess. 





MELIANA L. DIANI 



LINDA J. Dl BONAVENTURA 



LISA A. Dl CRECORIO Troubs., 
Chorus, Pep and Ski clubs, Prom 
Comm., Hmrm. Off. 

RICHARD A. Dl CRECORIO Nat. 
Hon. Soc, Yrbk., Sci. Fair, Prom 
Comm., Concess., Football, 
Baseball. 





LISA A. DIGRECORIO 



RICHARD A. Dl GREGORIO 



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RENZO G. Di MATTEQ Reading 
Club. - 

NANCY A: DONAIS Talent Show, 
trfXtibS.', French, Pep and, G/ee 

Clubs, ■;■; 



RENZO G. DI MATTEO 



NANCY A. DONAIS 





ROGER I. DUPUIS Prom Comm., 
Concess., Co-Op. 

COREY L. EARNEST Chef's, Bio., 
Span., G/ee and Chem. Clubs, 
Baseball. 



ROGER J. DUPUIS 



COREY L. EARNEST 







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CLIFFORD FONTAINE 




CLIFFORD A. FONTAINE Prom 
Comm. 

DIANE M. FONTAINE Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Lib. Aide, FT A. Pep and French 
Clubs. ■,'■'■:;■:■:■, 



DIANE M. FONTAINE 



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JANE/R. FONTAINE Hmrm: Oft:, 
FNA, pres^Troubs.,, Yrbk. Staff, 
Chorus. '■■' 



Friendship becomes more 
Important as the days go by. 
Whether our conversations 
Are light and silly, 
Or serious and meaningful, 
Our close friends play an 
Important part in this 
Last year together. 




JANE R. FONTAINE 



DONNA M. FREEH ART Sec. Pool, 
C/ee Club. 

HEIDI J. FREEMAN Hmrm. Off., 
Ski and Pep Clubs, ]V Basketball 





DONNA M. FREEHART 



HEIDI J. FREEMAN 



KEVIN ). FULLER Prom Comm. 

DAVID M. CARCEAU Football, 
Baseball, Girls' Basketball Mgr. 




KEVIN ). FULLER 




DAVID M. CARCEAU 



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STEVEN D. CARt)Nf1i: Spanish 
and Drama Clubs, Bowling Team\ 

PATRICIA A. CAUMOND 
troubs., Bio., Pep, Library and Glee 

clubs. ■,.' :$::>.'•:■•:; :■':: ^/i : , 



STEVEN D. GARDNER 



PATRICIA A. GAUMOND 





ANNETTE L GAUTHIER Troubs., 
Chorus, Pep and Gym Clubs, Bas- 
ketball, Softball. 

BRIAN ). GAUTHIER Prom 
ComTn. 



ANNETTE L. GAUTHIER 



BRIAN J. GAUTHIER 





DAVID GAUTHIER Co-Op., Prom 
Comm., Concess., Bowling Team. 

RUSSELL A. GENDREAU Prom 
Comm., JV Basketball. 



DAVID GAUTHIER 



RUSSELL A. GENDREAU 



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SUSAN L. GREGOIRE ENA, ETA, 
Pep, Art, Reading and Gym Clubs, 
Prom Comm., Concess., Hmrm. 
Off. 

CHARLENE M. GRIFFITH Nal. 
Hon. Soc, Troubs., Sci. Fair, Gym, 
Glee, and Pep Clubs, Lib. Aide. 





SUSAN L. GREGOIRE 



CHARLENE M. GRIFFITH 



GARY S. GRYNCEWICZ Chem. 
and Ski Clubs, Football, Cross- 
country. 

DONNA L HICKS Sec. Pool, Pep 
and Art Clubs, Prom Comm. 





GARY S. GRYNCEWICZ 



DONNA L. HICKS 



KATHERINE S. HOLDEN ETA, 
ENA, Stu. Coun., Glee and Art 
Clubs. 

JUNE L HOPKINS ENA, Chorus, 
Troubs., Prom Comm., Ski and Pep 
Clubs. 





KATHERINE S. HOLDEN 

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JUNE L. HOPKINS 





SUSAN B. HOWARD FNA, N^i. 
Hon.- Soc, Sid. Coun., Majorettes, 
Co-Capt., Fresh. Math Team, Glee, 
French, and Ski Clubs, Sr. Class Play, 
Math and Sci. Fairs, Talent Show, 
Prom Comm:, Hmrm. Off., BEST 
WRITER. 

JUDITH A. HU FAULT Nat, Hon. 
Soc, Yrbk., French Club, Sec. Pool, 
Basketball Man. 



SUSAN 6. HOWARD 



UDITHA. HUFAULT 





WINIFRED F. HUGHES FNA, 
Thespians, Yrbk., Majorettes, Drum 
Ma;., Troubs., Drama, Library, Glee 
and Bio. Clubs, All School and Sr. 
Class-flays, S. News Corr., Sci. Fair, 
Talent Show, Prom Comm., Hmrm. 
Off., Basketball. 

DONNA E. HUTCHINSON FNA, 
Yrbk., Pep, Glee, and Gym Clubs, 
Sci. and Math Fairs, Sec. Pool, JV 
and Var. Cheering, Concess., 
Hmrm. Off., Softball. 



WINIFRED F. HUGHES 



DONNA E. HUTCHINSON 





GREGORY J. IOZZO 



SUSAN G. IOZZO 
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GREGORY ). IOZZO Pep, Bio., 
Chefs, and Spanish Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Hmrm. Off, Track 

SUSAN G. IOZZO FNA, Yrbk., 
Chorus, Pep and Gym Clubs, )V 
Cheering, Prom Comm., Concess:, 
Hmrm. Off. 



MICHAEL S. JEZERSKI Art. Club, 
Sci.Jair,Hmrm: Off!, trick, MOST 
JUNTO BE WITH [. 

BARBARA I, JOHNSON Troubs., 
Drama, Gym, and Ski Clubs, Sr. 
Class Play, Hmrm. Off., Softball, JV 
Cheering, Basketball, MOST 
OPTtMISTIC. 





MICHAEL S. JEZERSKI 



BARBARA J. JOHNSON 



KENNETH P. JOY Prom Comm. 

ANNA KIRITSY ETA, Stu. Coun., 
Nat. Hon. Soc, Majorettes, Co- 
Capt., Troubs., Chorus, French, 
Reading, Glee and Drama Clubs, 
Sci. Fair, Talent Show, Prom Comm., 
Hmrm. Off., Basketball, MOST 
SOPHISTICATED. 





KENNETH P. JOY 



ANNA KIRITSY 



DONNA D. KOPACZ FSA, Yrbk., 
Sec. Pool, Troubs., Pep, Drama and 
Clee Clubs, Prom Comm. 

PAUL A: KOPROWSKI Nat. Hon. 
Soc, "S" Club, Sci. and Math Fairs, 
Prom Comm:, Hmrrn- Off., Coif. ■'• 





DONNA D. KOPACZ 



PAUL A. KOPROWSKI 



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DENNIS ). ■ KOSAKpWSKI Prom 
Comm. '' y! \ : -. "'. ': .''. ■'"'... 

JOSEPH }, KOZLOWSKt Sci: Fair; 
Ski Club, Cross Country; Soccer. .•>. 



DENNIS J. KOSAKOWSKI 



JOSEPH J. KOZLOWSKI 





MARY C. KRASNOV Pep Club, 
FN A. 

BERNARD F. KUPIEC Co-Op, 
Prom Comm. 



MARY C. KRASNOV 



BERNARD F. KUPIEC 





DEBORAH J. LACASSE FSA, Sec. 
Pool, Yrbk. Staff, Troubs., Clee, 
French, Pep and Drama Clubs, Sr. 
Class and All-School Plays, Girls' 
Basketball Mgr., BEST SECRETARY. 

DIANNE L. LACHAPELLE FSA, 
Yrbk. Staff, Sec, Pool, Prom Comm., 
Chorus, Pep Club. 



DEBORAH J. LACASSE 



DIANNE L. LACHAPELLE 



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PAULETTE C LAJOIE Pep Club, 
FSA. 

JUDITH A. LALIBERTE Chorus, 
GleeClub. 





PAULETTE G. LAJOIE 



JUDITH LALIBERTE 



DAVID C. LANE Stu. Court., 
Troubs., Thespian, Drama Club, 
Hmrm. Off., All-School and Sr. 
Class Plays, Football, Track, BEST 
ACTOR, BEST SINGER. 

JOYCE A. LANCLAIS Pep and 
Drama Clubs. 





DAVID C. LANE 



/ 
JOYCE A. LANGLAIS 



JANET E. LARIVIERE FNA, Pep and 
Span. Clubs. 



No longer can decisions 

About our futures 

Be postponed until tomorrow. 

Applications for jobs, 

Interviews for colleges fill 

Many hours as we 

Struggle to find a place 

In the world. 




JANET E. LARIVIERE 



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EMILY h LATOUR . FSA, Pep Club, 
Prom Comm. 

BRUCE LAVALLEE PromConim.: 



EMILY J. LATOUR 



BRUCE LAVALLEE 





PAULETTE B. LAVALLEE FNA, Art 
Club. 

WJLFRED H. LEARNED Hmrm. 
Off., Prom Comm., Football, Base- 
ball, BEST LOOKING. 



PAULETTE B. LAVALLEE 



WILFRED H. LEARNED 





MICHAEL W. LECLAIR Track. 

CHERYL R. LEHONCZAK FT A, 
FNA, Yrbk. Staff, Sci. and Math 
Fairs, Hmrm. Off., Prom Comm., 
Pep, Bio., Span., Art, Ski, Reading 
and Cym Clubs, Concess., Chorus. 



MICHAEL W. LECLAIR 



CHERYL R. LEHONCZAK 



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DAVID P. LIVERNOIS' Prom 
Comm. ' ', ■'-.'. .;: , 

JEFFREY A LYNCH Co-Op., Con- 
cess., Prom Com, 





DAVID P. LIVERNOIS 



JEFFREY A. LYNCH 



HUGH N. MAC KINNON 
Thespian, Troubs., Hon. St. Coun. 
Yrbk. Staff, Newspaper, Glee, Read- 
ing, Drama, Pep, Art and Span. 
Clubs, Baseball. 

KENNETH P. MADORE Prom 
Comm., Hmrm. Off., Basketball, 
Track, Football, "S" Club, BEST 
LOOKING. 





HUGH N. MAC KINNON 



KENNETH P. MADORE 



DENNIS R. MARQUIS Prom 
Comm. 

MARY LOU MARTIN FN A, Stu. 
Coun., Art and Pep Clubs 





DENNIS R. MARQUIS 



MARY LOU MARTIN 



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PATRICIA MARRlER Pep G/ojb; -" 

GEORGETTE L: MCDONALD FNA, 
Sec: Pool, Pep Club: 



PATRICIA MARRIER 



GEORGETTE L. MC DONALD 





RICHARD A. MC GRATH Prom 
Comm., Glee, Chem. and Ski Clubs, 
Troubs., Baseball, Cross-Country. 

JAMES L. MC KENNA Nat. Hon. 
Sot., Pres., Stu. Coun., Yrbk. Bus. 
Mgr., Newspaper, Hmrm. Off., 
Band, Prom Comm., Cross Country, 
Basketball Stat., INTELLECTUAL. 



RICHARD A. MC GRATH 



JAMES L. MC KENNA 





CINDY L. MC KINSTRY Sec. Pool, 
)V Cheering, Pep Club, Prom 
Comm. 

LOIS A. MC ROY Pep Club.. 



CINDY L.MC KINSTRY 



LOIS MC ROY 



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LORNAR- MCRQY PepClub. 

LORI D. MILLER Newspaper, Ski, 
Chew., and Pep Clubs, Sci. and 
Math Fairs, Prom Comm., Hmrm. 
Off. FLIRT. ■:■'-. 





LORNA R. MC ROY 



LORI D.MILLER 



WILLIAM P. MITCHELL . 

DONNA ). MONCEON FNA, Pep 
Club. 





WILLIAM P. MITCHELL 



DONNAJ.MONGEON 



GLENN I. MONTICNY Band, Bio. 
and Chem. Clubs. 

CATHLEENM. MORRILL Nat. 
Hon. Soc, Stu. Coun., Newspaper, 
Troubs, Pep, Spanish, Reading, 
Drama, and Library Clubs, Prom 
Comm. 




GLENNJ.MONTIGNY 

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CATHLEENM. MORRILL 





KATHRYN M, . HASS:E FT A,: 
Troubs., JV Cheering, Pep, Gym and 
Glee Clubs, Sr. Class Play, Talent : 
Show, Prom Cornrp., Hmrm. Off.- ,.:• v; 

FRANCIS A. NICHOLS Co-Op., 

Concess., Prom Comm. 



KATHRYN M. NASSE 



FRANCIS A. NICHOLS 





THEODORE NIKOLLA "S" Club, 
Prom Comm., Hmrm. Off., Baseball, 
Basketball, Bowling. 

JILL M. NORMANDIN Nat, Hon. 
Soc, Yrbk., ETA, Class Off., Troubs., 
Drama, French, Reading, Pep, Gym 
and C/ee Clubs, )V, Var. Cheering, 
Co-Capt., Librarian, All School and 
Sr. Class Plays, Sci. Fair, Talent 
Show, Prom Comm., Hmrm. Off., 
Basketball. 



THEODORE NIKOLLA 



JILL M. NORMANDIN 




Nostalgia sometimes 
Takes over as 

"remember when" is used 
More and more frequently. 
We begin to 

Realize the importance of 
Memories in the uncertain 
Future which seems to 
Stretch interminably 
Before us. 



RICHARD R. NORMANDIN Prom 
Comm. 



RICHARD R. NORMANDIN 



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JANET B. O'BRIEN Nat. Hon. Soc, 
ETA, Yrbk. Layout Edit., French, 
Pep, Span,, Chem. and Bio. Clubs, 
Math Team, Prom Comm., Hmrm. 
Off., Sci. Fair, Softball, Basketball 
Co-Capt., BEST ATHLETE, CLASS 
CLOWN. 

THOMAS M. ORZECH Hmrm. 
Off., Ski Club, Prom Comm., Foot- 
ball, Basketball, Baseball, 
CHANGED MOST. 





JANET B. O'BRIEN 



THOMAS M. ORZECH 



DEBORAH A. OSOWSKI Sec. 
Pool, FSA, Sci. Fair, Hmrm. Off., Pep 
Club. 

ALBERT R. PELOQUIN Hmrm. 
Off., Offset Oper., Prom Comm. 





DEBORAH A. OSOWSKI 



ALBERT R. PELOQUIN 



KATHLEEN A. PELOQUIN Nat. 
Hon. Soc, Yrbk. Layout Edit., FNA, 
Band, All School Play, Majorette, 
French, Chem. and Bio. Clubs, 
Hmrm. Off., Basketball. 

HOLLY J. PERKINS FTA, Sci. Fair, 
Pep Club, Yrbk. Staff, Hmrm. Off., 
Concess. 





KATHLEEN A. PELOQUIN 
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HOLLY j. PERKINS 





SUSAN PERRON ETA, Yrbk: Staff, 
Hmrm.. Off:, Troubs., Band, Math 
Fair, Prom Comm,, Glee, Pep, Bio., 
Chem., French, Span., Reading dnd 
Drama Clubs. 

SUSAN PICKARSKI Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Yrbk. Staff, Sci. Fair, Prom 
Comm., FN A, Pep and Art Clubs. - 



SUSAN PERRON 



SUSAN PICKARSKI 





NORMAN A. POIRIER Co-Op, 
Prom Comm. 

CHERYL A. PONTBRIAND Pep 
and Bio. Clubs, Lib. Aide. 



NORMAN A. POIRIER 



CHERYL A. PONTBRIAND 





1EANINE D. PONTBRIAND FNA, 
Yrbk. Staff, Concess., Prom Comm., 
Pep and Art Clubs. 

JAMES N. POWER S Club, Prom 
Comm., Football, Basketball, Base- 
ball, Track, BEST ATHLETE. 



JEANINE D. PONTBRIAND 



JAMES N. POWER 



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PAUL C. QUICLEY Band, Yrbk. 
Staff, Prom Comm., Chem., Ski and 
S Clubs, Golf. 

YVONNE C. REN A UD Pep Club. 





PAULC.QUIGLEY 



YVONNE G.RENAUD 



DMNf S. RICHER Pep Club, JV 
Cheering. 

THERESA M. RICHI ETA, Sr. Class 
Play, Spanish Club. 





DIANE S. RICHER 



THERESA M.RIGHI 



./AMES R. ROBERTS Prom Comm. 

MICHAEL ). RONDEAU Band and' 
Jazz Band, Ski Club, Cross Country. 




JAMES R.ROBERTS 

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MICHAEL). RONDEAU 





PATRICIA A. ROY Spanish, Gym 
and Pep Clubs, FNA. 

CAYLE M SALISBURY Spanish, 
Gym and Pep Clubs, FNA, Hmrm, 
Off. :.' >■■;' ;-v; 



PATRICIA A. ROY 



GAYLE M.SALISBURY 





DEBORAH J. SANTELLI Spanish, 
Pep, French, Drama, and Reading 
Clubs, Nat. Hon. Soc, FTA, Yrbk. 
Staff, Concess., Hmrm. Off., Prom 
Comm., Sci. Fair, FRIENDLIEST, 
MOST FUN TO BE WITH. 

MICHAEL G. SCHUCK Hmrm. 
Off. 



DEBORAH). SANTELLI 



MICHAEL C. SCHUCK 





BARBARA SELLERS Pep Club. 

BRIAN L. SHELDON Co-Op, Prom 
Comm., Concess: 



BARBARA SELLERS 



BRIAN L.SHELDON 

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SAL VAJO.RE M,,SIM6NELLI Art 
Club, Track. . 

DAWN M: SMARELLI Nat. Hon. 
Soc, ETA, SLD Aide, Yrbk:' Layout 
Edit., Prom Comm:, Sci: Fair, Hmrrri. 
Off., Gym, Drama; Reading, French 
3nd Span, Clubs, Majorette, Mar. 
Cheering, Basketball. 





SALVATORE M. SIMONELLI 



DAWN M. SMARELLI 



vlARYANN N. STAFFIERI Nat. 
■Ion. Soc, FTA,Yrbk. Staff, Sci. Fair, 
imrm. Off., Concess., Prom 
Zomm., Drama, Art, Pep, Reading, 
'rench and Span. Clubs, Basketball. 

ZAIL L. STANHOPE Sec. Pool, 
slath Fair, Lib. Aide, Pep Club. 





MARYANNN. STAFFIERI 



GAIL L. STANHOPE 



ATHLEEN A. STICKNEY Nat. 
ion. Soc, FN A, Troubs., Yrbk. Staff, 
Imrm. Off., Pep, Drama, Chem. 
nd C/ee Clubs, Sr. Class Play. 

EBORAH B. SUITTER FNA, Yrbk, 
aff, Pep Club, Prom Comm. 





KATHLEEN A. STICKNEY 



DEBORAH B. SUITTER 



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ELAINE R. . SULLIVAN.: Pep Club, 
Prom Cowrr) 

JOHN 8 SWIATEK" Bio , Pep, 
French,-. Art,. Spanish, Chef's: and. 
Drama Clubs; Nat. Hon.. Soc:, News- 
paper, Hmrm.:. Off ';,'■ Vrbk:.. .Staff ',{ 
Prom Coram., FRIENDLIEST, BEST 
ARTIST. \'.Vi ::'•/:.':'" 



ELAINE R.SULLIVAN 



JOHN B. SWIATEK 





STANLEY R. SWIST Prom Comm., 
Co-Op. 

RUSSELL M. TALISMAN Sr. Class 
Play? Football, MOST GULLIBLE. 



STANLEY R. SWIST 



RUSSELL M. TALISMAN 





JEAN P. TAMBORINI Pep, Gym 
and Glee Clubs, Prom Comm., 
Hmrm. Off., Talent Show. 

JOANNE Y. THIBERT Prom 
Comm., Pep and Glee Clubs. 



JEAN P. TAMBORINI 



JOANNE Y. THIBERT 



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HOLLY A. THOMAS FN A, Troubs, 
Sci. Fair, Prom Comm. Pep and Glee 
Clubs, BEST SINGER. 

PATRICIA L. TREMBLAY FT A, 
Yrbk. Staff, Sci. Fair, Prom Comm., 
Pep, Art, Gym, French and Chem. 
Clubs. 





HOLLY A. THOMAS 



PATRICIA L. TREMBLAY 



JAMES M. TRIFONE Prom Comm. 

ERNEST I. TSOULES Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Boys State, Hmrm. Off., Prom 
Comm., Sci. and Math Fairs, S Club, 
Golf. 





JAMES M. TRIFONE 



ERNEST L. TSOULES 



RAYMOND R.). VALLEE Class 
Rep., Prom Comm., Baseball. 

DONALD R.VILANDRE Co-Op, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 





RAYMOND R.J. VALLEE 



DONALD R.VILANDRE 



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GEORGE: L VILANDRE Prom 
Cpmm., Football. 

PAUL D.VINCELETTE Spanish, 
Dra ma, Chemistry and Bio. Clubs^. '■';■;, 



GEORGE L VILANDRE 



PAUL D. VINCELETTE 





MICHAEL T. WELCH Prom 
Comm., Hmrm: Off. 

JAMES C. WETTELAND Art Club. 



MICHAEL T.WELCH 



JAMES G. WETTELAND 





DENNIS H. WRIGHT Basketball, 
Track, Football "S" Club, Prom 
Comm. 

NANCY R. ZARZYCKI Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Yrbk. Man. Edit, Stu. Coun., 
Math Team, Stu. Adv. Comm., FTA, 
Majorette, SLD Aide, Sr. Class Play, 
Sci. ■ Fair, Reading, French, Drama, 
Chem. and Ski Clubs, Talent Show, 
Prom Comm., Hmrm. Off., MOST 
GULLIBLF, INTELLECTUAL. 



DENNIS H.WRIGHT 



NANCY R. ZARZYCKI 



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]OYF:ZIEMBA Reading Club. 



ALANG: NOGA Prom Comm. 





JOYF.ZIEMBA 



ALAN G. NOGA 



ARY M. TREMBLAY Co-Op, 
rom Comm. 

ATHLEEN CHAMPAGNE Math 
earn, Pep Club, Early Graduation. 





GARY M. TREMBLAY 



KATHLEEN CHAMPAGNE 



How will we remember the Class of '72? 
Studio pictures in a yearbook . . . 
Or will it be the smiles and tears 
We shared that will make the 
Memories special ones? 



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Mr. Frederick SchuStz, senior 
Class advisor, for all 
Your time, effort, 
Perseverance and advice 
We thank you. 

The Class of '72 



OTHER MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS: 



RAYMOND ARPIN 
NORMAN AUCOIN 
KATHERINE BENOIT 
ROBERT BERNARD 
RAYMOND BOULANGER 
PAULETTECOLLETTE 
MICHAEL COSTA 
DAVID DEMERS 
JOSEPH Dl CARLO 



TINA Dl GREGORIO 
DALEHATTIN 
DONNA HWALEK 
ANNELAFOUNTAIN 
DENNIS MANDEVILLE 
RICHARD MATHIEU 
RICHARD MOMINEE 
MICHELE MONGEAU 
LEENEGIP 



TOLEK RAKOWSKI 
MICHAEL RAVLIN 
CHARLES REYNOLDS 
ELAINE RYDER 
BETTYS ALVA 
WILLIAM SANDGREN 
BRUCE SPENARD 
MICHAEL TAYLOR 
ALAN TODD 



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"Your time has come 
To shine, 

All your dreams are 
On their way." 

Paul Simon 






'Y>( , -) ' 



We stand on the threshold 

Of our future . . . 

Twelve years of learning behind us, 

Forever in front of us. 



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If you have knowledge, 

Let others light their candles at it. 

Thomas Fuller 





FACULTY 




Mr. Edward ]. Desroches 
Principal 



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THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Thomas Quinn, Chairman 

Lorenzo Beaupre 

Dr. Leonard DiGregorio 

Robert MacKinnon 

Lionel Peloquin 

Dr. Charles Roy 

Mrs. Richard White 



Dr. Charles A. Beattie 
Superintendent of Schools 



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// he is indeed wise, 

He does not bid you enter 

The house of his wisdom, 

But rather leads you to the threshold 

Of your mind. 

The Prophet 





Mr. Paul Sturgis 
Assistant Principal 



Mr. Anthony Chlapowski 
Director of Cole Trade School 



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Mrs. Virginia Page, nurse 

Mrs. Jean Crebb, librarian 

Mrs. Jeanne Chamberlain, guidance secretary 

Mrs. Nora Adams and 

Mrs. Mary Clarke, secretaries 



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Mr. William Paul 
Machine Shop-Cole Trade School 

To Mr. Paul, our thanks for his years of service and dedication. The students whose 
lives he has helped shape will never forget his sharp wit and unfailing sense of 
humor. Proms and other activities would have been incomplete without his long 
hours of work and much-needed assistance. The students of Cole Trade and South- 
bridge High School extend most sincere wishes for many happy and fruitful years 
to come. 

The Class of 1972 



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No man can reveal to you 
Aught but that which already lies 
Half asleep in the dawning 
Of your knowledge. 

The Prophet 



Mr. Richard Hoffman, English 

Mr. Dennis McManis, Speech and Drama 

Mrs. Teresa Tersa, English 

Miss Nancy Swiacki, English 

Miss Ann O'Connell, English 

Miss Margaret McNerney, English 

Mr. David Yacavace, English 

Mr. Frederick Schultz, English 

Mr. Lawrence Boyle, Head of English Dept. 

Miss Beverly Poliks, English 









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Acquire new knowledge 

Whilst thinking over the old, 

And you may become 

A teacher of others. 

Confucius 



OPPOSITE PAGE: 

Mr. Patrick Loconto, Spanish 

Mrs. Linda Jowett, French and 

social studies 

Mrs. Rose Proulx, Head of Language 

Dept. 

Miss Lillian Miskavich, Spanish and 

English 

Miss Claire Dumas, French 



Mr. James Forkey, Head of Social Studies 

Dept. 

Mr. Roger Giroux, social studies 

Mr. Roland Varin, social studies 

Mr. Walter Gosk, social studies 



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Mr. John Flannery, 

Science 

Mr. Jeffrey Kokoska. 

Science 

Mr. Albert Thomas, 

Science 



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Start some kind word on its travels. 

There is no telling 

Where the good it may do will stop. 



Mrs. Celeste Sullivan, Business 

Mrs. Evelyn Cross, Head of Business Dept. 

Mr. William Welch, Business 

Mrs. Elizabeth LeClair, Business 

Mrs. Ceraldine Morrill, Business 



Sir Wilfred Grenfell 



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Miss Linda Arslanian, Physical Education 
Mrs. Kathleen Pearson, Home Economics 
Miss Janet Turner, Home Economics 
Mr. Donald Marino, Physical Education 
Miss Claire Birtz, Art 



Imparting knowledge is only 
Lighting other men's candles at our 
Lamp without depriving 
Ourselves of any flame. 



Jane Porter 




Mr. Gary Feurer, Music 

Mr. Nick Vasil, Industrial Arts 

Mr. Thomas Kruczek, Music 

Mr. Frederick Bradford, Industrial Arts 




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Mr. Arthur Metras, 

drafting 

Dr. Henry Chevalier, 

academic 

Mr. Walter Clondek, 

machine 

Mr. Charles Latino, 

English 

Mr. David Knight, cabinet 

Mr. Paul Bergeron, 

academic 



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M/ss 5/s/e Hofstra, secretary 
Mr. Ceorge St. Martin, custodian 
Mr. Albert Servant, custodian 
Mr. Hzear Cormier, custodian 
Cafeteria Staff 



A teacher affects eternity; 
He can never tell where his influence stops. 

Henry Brooks Adams 









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77 



And in the sweetness of friendship, 

Let there be laughter, 

And the sharing of pleasures. 

The Prophet 





UNDERCLASSMEN 



Stanley Kadziewicz — Pres 
Kathy Winters — V. Pres. 
Susan Puracchio — Sec. 
Norma Maly — Treas. 



Paul Alger 
Timothy Alger 
Donna Andrea 
Marc Arsenault 
Deborah Aucoin 
James Audet 
Gloria Augusto 



Faith Ayers 
Helen Babis 
Shelly Baker 
Shirley Barrett 
Natalie Beaulieu 
Carol Bellerive 
Michael Benjamin 



Anne Benoit 



Brian Bergeron 



Bruce Bergeron 



Marcel Besse 
Dana Blair 
Linda Bouchard 
Lawrence Boucher 
Charles Boucher 
Monique Bousquet 
Charles Boutelle 



Richard Broughton 
Mark Bullard 
David Caouette 
Nancy Carron 
Susan Cavanaugh 
Alan Chapdelaine 
Anne Charette 



Merilee Chase 
David Chausse 
Robert Christman 
John Clapperton 
Marc Comtois 
Sandra Cygan 
Joan Czyzewski 




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^7 ?7 ffl 




Sy/v/a D'/Ange/o 
Diane DeRouin 
David Desorcy 
Jan Desrosiers 



Karen DiGregorio 
Brenda DiFederico 
Donna Dion 
Diane Dmytryk 



Marie Domijan 
Carta Ducheneau 
Valerie Dunn 
Brian Dupius 



Mary Ellen Earls 
Lucy Earnest 
Douglas Elkins 
Bruce Farland 
Christine Favre 
Mary Foley 
Linda Ford 
Robert Foskett 

Mary Fournier 
Nancy Freeland 
Robert French 
Jean Paul Gagnon 
Debra Cajewski 
Robert Caron 
Karen Caudette 
Donald Cauthier 

Mark Cenereux 
Joseph Cibeault 
Joseph Cingras 
Donna Girouard 
Debra Gobeille 
Glen Goudreau 
Robert Gregoire 
Rosalie Hibbard 

Grace Hisoire 
Ronald Hudon 
Anne Marie Hufault 
Sharon Hwalek 
Linda Jandron 
Anthony Jarvis 
Christopher Jarvis 
Lance Jewell 

Jilljesz 
Charles John 
Bruce Karp 
Paul Kimball 
Paula Kowalewsk 
Roger Labonte 
Gary Lachapelle 
Ronald Lafleche 

Lora Lamberton 
Philip Lanctot 
Lise Langevin 
Arthur Langlois 
Ajay Larocnelle 
David Lavallee 
Kirk Lavallee 
Steven Lazo 



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Patricia Leboeuf 
Kevin Lee 
lean Lefebvre 
Paulette Lepain 
Antoinette Levesque 
John Libera 
Linda Lippe 



Lynette Long 
Paul Lyons 
Paula Mandeville 
Nancy Mathieu 
Kathleen McDonald 
Edward Menard 
Nancy Mills 



Walter Misiaszek 
Patricia Mitchell 
Kevin Mongeon 
Martha Moore 
Michael Moore 
Roger Morin 
Patrick Murphy 



Henry Neeser 
Frances Nichols 
Thomas Olszta 
Louise Pappas 
Denise Paquin 
Louise Parenteau 
Mary Ann Peck 



Jeanne Peloquin 
Linda Peloquin 
William Peloquin 
Neil Peterson 
Steven Petrelli 
William Plouffe 
Michael Poirier 



John Polakowski 
Gloria Putnam 
joann Putnam 
Robert Rankel 
Michael Regan 
Pedro Reyes 
Diane Righi 




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Susan Walkowiak 
Raymond Wetherbee 
Gladys Wetherell 
Mary Ann Zachara 



James Roy 
John Roy 
Sharon Roy 
Susan Rutanen 
Kevin Ryder 
Donald Robitaille 
Monique Sansoucy 

James Santelli 
James Santo 
Donna Sarrasin 
Susan Saunders 
Douglas Shaw 
Henry Simonelli 
Ralph Slattery 



Patricia Smick 
Linda Soter 
Mona St. Laurent 
Diana St. Onge 
Cheryl Stannard 
Debra Starr 
Mark Starr 



Terrance Sullivan 
Kathleen Svedberg 
Barry Szydlik 
Ronald Tavernier 
Holly Taylor 
Norma Theriault 
Bernard Tokarz 



Lucien Vaillancourt 
Marcel Vallee 
Ellen Vangel 
Jeffrey Varin 
Darlene Vetter 
Rita Vetter 
Beatrice Volpini 



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Bruce Calli — Pres. 
Jeffrey Chasse — V. Pres. 
Marilyn Smith — Sec. 
Laurel Barth — Treas. 



David Albani 
David Anderson 
Thomas Andrea 
Marc Archambauk 
Gregory Arsenault 
David Ashe 
Laurie Bachand 



Mary Banks 
John Barnes 
Mark Bastien 



Elizabeth Beattie 
David Beck 
Mark Belanger 



Ronald Belanger 
Mollie Bell 
Bruce Benoit 



Jodie Benoit 
Michelle Benoit 
Judith Benson 
Diane Bentley 
Elaine Berard 
Normand Bibeau 
Neil Blair 



Mary Blanchard 
Cindy Borey 
Cathy Bouchard 
Cordon Bouchard 
Francis Bousquet 
Debra Brown 
Sharon Bruso 



Scott Butler 
Louis Burrows 
Robert Caplette 
Sylvia Caouette 
Nancy Caprera 
Bruce Cassell 
Janice Champeau 



Philip Charette 
Darcy Chase 
Michael Checka 
Catherine Choquet 
Lisa Ciccotelli 
Dario Ciovacco 
Louis Ciprari 







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Larry Clark 
Deborah Coderre 
Richard Collette 
Dorothy Conrad 
Laurie Cooper 
Neil Cooper 
Clen Corriveau 



Russell Cournoyer 
Charles Culliton 
Kenneth Delage 
Norbert Delage 
Vincent DelRossi 
Henry Dembowski 
William DiFederico 



Cindy Dionne 
Carl Domijan 
Jeffrey Donais 
Wayne Drake 
Linda Duckworth 
Theresa Duquette 
)anel Durocner 



Deborah Fitzgibbons 
Barbara Foley 
Albert Fontaine 
Gary Fontaine 
Shirley Fontaine 
Paula Ford 
Susan Ford 



Charles Fournier 
Steven French 
William Gajewski 
Robert Callipeau 
Yvonne Gauthier 
Holly Gendreau 
Michael Goudreau 



Sharon Gravel 
Karen Grzembski 
Rita Guinta 
Panagiotis Halkidis 
]ane Harwood 
Mona Healy 
Marcellino Hernandez 



Brenda Hicks 



Christopher Hirons 



Jeffrey Hopkins 



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Robert Howlett 
David Hwalek 
Barry lozzo 
John Jedynasty 



Keith Jewell 
Bruce )oy 
Michael Julian 
Aida Justiniano 



Donna Kaitbenski 
Cynthia Keyes 
Kimberlee King 
James Kolodziejczak 



Diane Kopacz 
David Lacasse 
Alan Lach 
Danny LaCroix 
Denise Lajoie 
Jay Laliberte 
Gary Langlois 



Diane Lariviere 
Daniel Larochelle 
Michael Lataille 
John Learned 
Dara Leblanc 
Joanne LeClair 
Thomas Lemoine 



Clifford Livernois 
James Lomme 
Barbara Lorange 
George Luce 
Roberta Luce 
James Lukowski 
Christine Majchrzak 



Nancy Mandeville 
Mario Marcucci 
James Marino 
Guy Mathieu 
Mark McClean 
Diane McDonald 
James McRoy 



John Meinsma 
Janice Mendes 
Jana Michon 
Gregory Mongeon 
Barbara Monroe 
Keith Montigny 
Elaine Nadeau 



Gerald Nadeau 
Margaret Nass 
Cecile Nault 
Deborah Nichols 
Robin Nimblett 
Dora Nunes 
Linda O'Brien 




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Deborah Osowski 
Milton Paddleford 
Nancy Pelletier 
Paul Peloquin 
Louis Perron 
Eliot Peters 
John Petrelli 



Christine Piekarski 
Barbara Pinkham 
Jill Power 
John Prokos 
Jeffrey Prunier 
Jennifer Putnam 
Paula Quevillon 



Cheryl Ramsdell 
Paul Regan 
Jane Remian 
Johanna Robinson 
Ramon Rosario 
Paul Roy 
Mary Sandgren 



Ernest Sanelli 
Jose Santa 
Rosemary Serrano 
Harvey Shanbaum 
Paul Starr 
Mark Stevens 
Richard Stickney 



Jacqueline St. Laurent 
Susan Talbot 



Bryan Tetreault 
James Thompson 



Robert Thompson 
Wayne Thompson 



Neal Tiberii 
Scott Todd 



Roger Tourville 
Deborah Tremblay 



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Norman Tremblay 
James Trudeau 



Roger Trudeau 
Gregory Tucci 



lames Tucker 
Raymond Turcotte 



jcott Varin 
Michael Vilandre 



Nancy Wedge 
Rodger Weinert 



/alerie Wheeler 
Robert Whitcomb 



Linda Whitney 
Barbara Wood 



Donna Young 
Marsha Zachara 



James Ziemski 







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Leonard Vairo — Pres. 
Gregory Tsoules — V. Pres. 
lanet McCrath — Sec. 
Ann Harwood — Treas. 



Michael Addington 
Pedro Alicea 
Thomas Allard 
Dennis Anctil 
Debra Anderson 
Ernest Andre 
Brenda Arel 



Sandra Arpin 
Robert Athanas 
Michael Aucoin 
Deborah Bailey 
Edward Baldyga 
Susan Beaulieu 
Michael Beaupre 



Andrew Bell 
Jane Benoit 
Peter Benoit 
Steve Benson 
Michael Benvenuti 
loel Berger 
Ann Bergman 



Debra Bernard 
Roland Bernier 
Donna Berry 
Roger Bertrand 
Michael Bessette 
Paul Bicki 
Marina Billis 



Karen Blackwell 
Gerald Blair 
Norman Blanchette 
Diane Bouchard 
Michael Boudreau 
Paula Boudreau 
Catherine Boutelle 



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Sheila Breen 
Mark Brodeur 



Norman Brodeur 
Thomas Brodeur 



Brian Brousseau 
Jeffrey Bruso 



John Bundeff 
Peter Burzycki 
Richard Cadarette 
Paula Capistrand 
Nancy Ca p/ette 
Sharon Caron 
Marvin Carron 



Deborah Cassell 
Michael Cavanaugh 
Michael Cecere 
Charles Chase 
Deborah Chausse 
Richard Ciesla 
Darlene Coldwell 



Lisa Corbitt 
Elizabeth Corriveau 
Leonard Corriveau 
Rita Costanzi 
Deborah Cote 
Hugh Cox 
Martha Cox 



Mary Czyzewski 
George Damian 
John Daniel 
Peter Dargie 
Irene Dembowski 
Deborah Demers 
Jeffrey Demers 



Richard DeRouin 
Denise Desaulniers 
Norma Desaulniers 
Patricia Desaulniers 
Edward Desrosiers 
Ann DiBonaventura 
Lisa DiBonaventura 



Clara DiDonato 
Richard Dion 
Kosta Divris 
Gerald Dixon 
Linda Dronzek 
Albert Duff 
Elaine Dulin 




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Cameron Dunn 
George DuPaul 
Carol Dupre 
Ann Duquette 
Mark Dwyer 
Jeffrey Earls 
Michelle Favreau 



Nina Fiorelli 
Julia Fogwill 
Sandra Ford 
Cheryl Fournier 
Joyce Franconeri 
Eaward Freehart 
Kevin Freeland 



Susan Callipeau 
Anthony Garcia 
Maureen Gardner 
Richard Garon 
Donald Gendreau 
Roberta Gerrand 
Michael Gibeault 



Lurlyn Giroux 
David Goudreau 
Louis Graves 
John Gray 
Margaret Greene 
Christine Griffith 
Virginia Grimes 



Daniel Herbert 
George Herbert 
Oscar Hernandez 
Kathleen Hill 
Peter Hoyt 
Richard Hughes 
Scott lozzo 



John Jalbert 
Gary Jesz 
Scott Jewell 
Elizabeth John 
Ann Kalis 
Beverly Kangas 
Jeffrey Kantorski 



Helen Kiritsy 
George Knight 



Cynthia Kollios 
John Kowalski 



David Lacasse 
Paul LaCoste 



Lin da Later riere 
Joann Laferriere 
Cynthia Lafleche 
Nancy Lafleche 
Richard Lafleche 
David Laliberte 
Linda Lamberton 



Linda Lamica 
Jeffrey Lanctot 
Nancy Langlois 
Mark Lanzetta 
Richard Lapointe 
Donald Laroche 
Janet LaRochelle 



Brian Lavallee 
Douglas Lavallee 
Marianne Lavallee 
Gloria Leblanc 
Kenneth Leblanc 
Brian Lee 
Paul Legassey 



Brenda Libby 
Cheryl Libby 



Betty Lippe 
Paul Livernois 



Richard Livernois 
Kevin Lombardo 



Charles Luchini 
Michael Marcotte 
Steven Marinelli 
Donna Lee Martel 
Richard Martin 
Dorothy Maynard 
(.iiaries McConnell 



Alexander McDonald 
Sharon McDonald 
Thomas McDonald 
Michael Metras 
Joan Mills 
Rodolfo Miranda 
Hilda Miranda 



loAnn Mogavera 
Thomas Monaco 
Lawrence Mongeon 
Joseph Morin 
Mark Morin 
Russell Morin 
Michael Mulligan 




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Robert Nault 
Jesse Nichols 
Richard Nichols 



Ellen Noga 
David Nordman 
Donna Nor r is 



Fernando Nunes 
John Ohop 
Kathleen Orzech 



Joseph Osowski 
Deborah Ouellette 
Dennis Panu 
Robert Para 
Edward Paradis 
Helen Parenteau 
Cheryl Peloquin 



Maureen Perry 
Keith Peterson 
William Petro 
Stacey Pet iford 
David Rett, lelli 
Jonathan Piehl 
Brian Pienta 



Cathy Pion 
Michael Plasse 
Donna Pleau 
Darlene Plouffe 
Deborah Poirier 
Vincent Polletta 
Denise Pontbriand 



Jeffrey Pontbriand 
Linda Pontbriand 
Sharon Pontbriand 
Michael Poulin 
John Power 
MaryAnn Prokos 
Paul Proulx 



Ronald Proulx 
Stanley Prunier 
Donald Purcell 
Kelly Recore 
Thomas Regimbai 
Paul Remian 
Naomi Reyes 



Scott Richard 
Judy Righi 
Nancy Roy 
Susan Rupert 
Karen Santelli 
Rose Santelli 
Paulette Sarrasin 



Henry Saunders 
Susan Savage 
Bruce Savoie 
Ruth Scheinfeldt 
Russell Scott 
Daniel Sellers 
Nancy Servant 



Mark Shanbaum 
Wayne Shedd 
Steve Simonelli 
Mark Simpson 
Robert Sinni 
Brian Spenard 
Susan St. George 






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Rose St. Martin 
Carol Suitter 
Kelly Sullivan 
Carlene Svedberg 
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lames Tavernier 
Stanley Tenczar 



Gary Tetreault 
loAnn Theodoss 
Ann Marie Thibeault 
Philip Thibert 
David Thompson 
David Tittle 
Louise Tkacik 



jayne Towsley 
Cynthia Tremblay 
Donna Tremblay 
Eugene Tretheway 
Lisa Trifone 
Victoria Trifone 
Suzanne Vallee 



Ann Venie 
Deborah Vilandre 
Teresa Walkowiak 
Ann Marie Wetherbee 
Mortimer Williams 
Kathleen Yurgilas 



''Organizations are . . . a sense of belonging, 
Working together for a common goal/' 



Deborah ). Santelli 




ORGANIZATIONS 




EDITORIAL STAFF: FIRST ROW: S. Billis, C. Morrill, D. Smarelli, B. Asselin, N. Zarsycki, ]. O'Brien, K. Peloquin; 
SECOND ROW: 5. Kadziewicz, L Perron, H. Perkins, M. Staffieri, C. Favre, D. Santelli; THIRD ROW: ). Santo, S. 
Phipps,]. Swiatek, C. Ducheneau, N. Freeland. 



Yearbook 



It takes a lot of work to produce a 
Yearbook; ask the advisors, Mrs. 
Elizabeth LeClair and Miss Ann O'Connell 
And the staff. Long hours, pictures, names, 
Deadlines, words . . . but it's worth it. 
We're proud of Milestone '72; 
We hope you are, too. 





BUSINESS STAFF: FIRST ROW: P. Tremblay, C. Lehonczak, G. D'Angelis,). McKenna, B. Bicki, R. DiCregorio, P. Quig- 
ley; SECOND ROW: /. Hufauk, M. Chasse, j. Pontbriand, D. Kopacz, D. Suitter, L. Miller, K. Christo; THIRD ROW: D. 
Cote. D. Freehart, D. Lachapelle, B. Colognesi, A. Kiritsy, M. Diani. 



National Honor Society 




FIRST ROW: S. Phipps, S. Billis, I. Normandin, R. DiCregorio, N. Zarzycki, C. Morrill; SECOND ROW: R. Caprera, C. 
Champagne, D. Bundeff, S. Puracchio, ]. Swiatek; THIRD ROW: S. Kadziewicz, K. Winters, M. Bousquet, D. Starr, D. St. 
Onge; FOURTH ROW: B. Asselin, S. Howard, ). Hufault, L. Champeau, K. Stickney, D. Smarelli, D. Santelli, B. Bicki; FIFTH 
ROW: K. Peloquin, M. StaffieriJ. O'Brien, B. /Carp, A. Kiritsy, C. Morrill; SIXTH ROW: D. Demers, E. Tsoules, R. BentleyJ. 
McKenna,]. Santos,]. Roy. 




The Cole-Corbin Chapter of the 
National Honor Society this year became 
More involved than ever in 
School affairs. The fall induction, 
The alumni reception and the 
Student seminar day all stimulated 
Student involvement. Under the guidance 
Of Mr. Lawrence Boyle, the NHS 
Promises continued sponsorship of 
Meaningful activities for all students. 



Student 
Council 




FIRST ROW: C. Morrill, A. Kiritsy, M. Smith, H. Kiritsy; SECOND ROW: B. Bicki, E. Beattie, D. Sarrasin, N. Zarzycki, 
S. Puracchio; THIRD ROW: j. Roy, C. Morrill, H. MacKinnon, B. Foley, Mr. Jeffrey Larson, advisor; FOURTH ROW: 
R. Caprera, N. Maly, K. Christo; FIFTH ROW: L. Vairo, C. Chase, S. Kadziewicz, ]. McKenna, B. Lee. 



The Student Council enjoyed 

A busy year, 

Sponsoringthe Pumpkin 

Pow-Wow and Winter Carnival. 

Under the guidance of 

Mr. Larson, the Council also 

Worked with faculty and 

Administration introducing 

Open Campus and Open Study. 






Reading 
Club 



FIRST ROW: 5. Perron, D. Santelli, ). Langlois, C. Morrill; SECOND ROW: ]. Swiatek, D. Corbitt, B. Bicki, A. Kirit- 
sy, B. Asselin, N. Zarzycki, R. Morin, Mrs. Tersa. 




FIRST ROW: L. Vairo, E. Apostola, J. Swiatek, K. Christo; SECOND ROW: D. Corbitt, Mr. 
Hoffman, C. Favre, C. Hisoire, D. Righi. 



Persiflage 

The Persiflage experienced 

Financial problems 

This year and was published 

In mimeograph form, but the 

News was relevant and 

The issues frequent. Under 

The advisorship of 

Mr. Richard Hoffman and 

Editorship of Elaine Apostola 

And Christine Favre, 

The Persiflage also published 

A commemorative booklet 

Of the Winter Carnival. 



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Thespians 

In an effort to increase 

Interest in theatrics at SHS, 

The Drama Club this year 

Worked on children's one-act 

Plays and puppet theatre. 

The group, under the direction 

Of Mr. Dennis McManis, 

Sponsored the Faculty and 

All-School plays. 




FIRST ROW: Mr. McManis, B. Asselin, C Morrill. SECOND ROW: /. Langlais, D. Lane. 
THIRD ROW: ]. Santos, S. Kadziewicz, W. Hughes, ]. Couture, H. MacKinnon. 



Drama 
Club 





FIRST ROW: Mr. McManis, B. Asselin, S. Kadziewicz, C. Fournier, Y. Gauthier, D. Cod- 
erre. SECOND ROW: N. Zarzycki, K. Christo, A. Kiritsy, C. Morrill, ]. Santos. THIRD 
ROW: j. Langlais, D. Smarelli, S. Billis, W. Hughes, ]. Couture, D. Lane. FOURTH ROW: 
D. Santelli, C. Morrill, S. Perron, D. Plouffe, S. Ford. 




Varsity 

Math 

Team 



Under the careful in- 
struction 

Of Mr. Severance and 
Mr. Larson, advisors, the 
Math teams competed in 
Several meets during the 
School year against area 
Schools. They traveled to 
Area colleges and high 
schools 

Representing SHS and 
Achieved many victories. 



FIRST ROW: D. Starr, K. Winters, S. Kadziewicz, N. Zarzycki, J. McKenna; SECOND ROW: D. St. 
Onge, Mr. Severance, ). Santos. 




FIRST ROW: W. Petro, K. Peterson, S. Richard, S. Prunier; SECOND ROW: Mr. Larson, B. Pienta, ). 
Bundeff, C. Chasse. 



Freshman 

Math 

Team 



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The 

Prom 

People 




FIRST ROW: /. McKenna, R. Bentley, C. DeAngelis, E. Tsoules, K. D'Angelo, R. DiGregorio, K. Christo, D. Corbitt. 
SECOND ROW: 5. Billis, C. Morrill, M. Staffieri, ). O'Brien, S. Howard, C. Lehonzak, P. Tremblay, S. Gregoire, ). 
Pontbriand. THIRD ROW: ]. Normandin, D. Livernois, D. Smarelli, B. Colegnesi, K. Peloquin, H. Perkins, S. Perron, 
C. Morrill, D. Borey. FOURTH ROW: P. Quigley, R. McGrath, D. Hutchinson, B. Asselin, A. Kiritsy, J. Swiatek, E. 
Apostola, S. Santelli. FIFTH ROW: D. Kopacz, L Champeau, S. Brunell, D. Gauthier, D. Vilandre, H. MacKinnon, R. 
Cournoyer, L. Miller. 



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FIRST ROW: H. Perkins, D. Santelli, ). Desrosier, D. Sarrasin, D. Bernard, P. Capistrand, P. Ford, S. Ford, D. Corbitt; 
SECOND ROW: E. Nass, D. Kopacz, D. Oulette, D. Desaulniers, D. Chausse, N. Desaulniers, L. Trifone, M. Sandgren; 
THIRD ROW: N. Wedge, M. Czyzewski, K. Santelli, S. Breen, C. Lafleche, L. Lamberton, D. Kaitbenski, M. Foley; 
FOURTH ROW: S. Caouette, L. Barth, I. McCrath, P. Sarrasin, R. Santelli, I. Theodoss, A. DiBonaventura, D. Cote; 
FIFTH ROW: B. Hicks, G. Leblanc, R. Luce, L. Ciccotelli, N. Freeland, D. McDonald, N. Caprera; SIXTH ROW: D. 
Chasse, M. Cox / L. Corbitt, D. Bentley, L. Pontbriand, M. Perry, ). Mills, ). Franconeri, K. Sullivan. 



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Future 
Secretaries 




FIRST ROW: D. Kopacz, D. Cajewski, B. Co/egnesi, D. Kopacz, D. Lachapelle. SECOND ROW: D. 
Chasse, B. Hicks, M. Foley, M. Diani, THIRD ROW: Mrs. Morrill, M. St. Laurent, D. Vetter, L. Whitney, 
C. McDonald. 



Future 
Teachers 




FIRST ROW: (seated) D. Sanlelli, H. Perkins, j. O'Brien, P. Tremblay, C. Lehonzak. SECOND ROW: I. Desrosier, 
S. Pinacchio, M. Bousquet, K. Champagne, L. Lamberton, R. Vetter, D. Righi, A. Kiritsy, D. Sarrasin, M. Smith. 
THIRD ROW- Miss McNerny, E. Menard, D. Smarelli, D. Corbitt, M. Staffieri. 



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Concessions 



FIRST ROW: D. Cauthier, K. D'Angelo, K. Christo, 5. Phipps, C. DeAngelis, R. DiGregorio, C. lozzo; SEC- 
OND ROW: P. Tremblay, C. Lehonczak, ]. Pontbhand, D. Santelli, H. Perkins, M. Staffieri, L. Miller, B. Asse- 
lin; THIRD ROW: D. Vilandre, D. Cote, D. Lachapelle, B. Colognesi, S. Billis, M. Chasse, ). McKenna. 





Jazz 
Band 



FIRST ROW: Mr. Kruczek, P. Quigley, ]. McKenna, ). Libera; SECOND ROW: L. Perron, P. Reagan, j. Santos; 
THIRD ROW: M. Reagan, A. Bouvier, D. Ashe, W. Gajewski, L. Negip. 



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Band 




FIRST ROW: M. Regan, j. McKenna, ]. Grey, ]. Kowalski, L. Negip, C. Montigny, S. Simonelli, D. Ashe, ). Santos; SECOND 
ROW: B. Karp, ). Learned, B. Spenard, P. Regan, B. Gajewski, L. Perron, M. Bullard, M. Cavanaugh, M. Marcotte; THIRD 
ROW: D. Tremblay, E. Vangel, L. Long, L. Peloquin, C. jarvais, D. St. Onge, K. Peloquin, K. Winters; FOURTH ROW: P. Quig- 
ley, A. Noga, M. Favreau, D. Anctil, C. Luchini, Mr. Kruzcek,]. Fontaine, B. Kangas. 





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FIRST ROW: M. Fournier, B. Lippe, C. Ramsdell, E. Apostola, C. Morrill; SECOND ROW: N. Zarzycki, A. Kiritsy, M. Billis, 
W. Hughes, H. Kiritsy, S. Howard, C. Majchrzak. 



Majorettes 




Varsity 
Cheerleaders 

A year of making firends, 

Sharing experiences, learning 

cooperate with one another . . . 

With the invaluable help 

Of Miss Lillian Miskavich, the 

Cheering squads were 

Outstanding in spirit and 

Performance. 




FIRST ROW: D. Borey, H. Babis, D. Smarelli; SECOND ROW: L. Bachand, D. Gajewski, J. 
Normandin, B. Bicki, M. Bousquet, N. Mills; THIRD ROW: K. Winters, S. Baker, S. Purrachio. 





Junior 

Varsity 

Cheerleaders 



FIRST ROW: K. King, K. Sullivan, S. Caouette, ). Theodoss, L. Ciccotelli, R. Santelli, L. Barth, 
P. Sarrasin; SECOND ROW: K. Santelli, J. Desrosier. 




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Art 
Club 




FIRST ROW: S. Pickarski, R. Luce, D. Nichols, N. Caprera; SECOND ROW: R. Morin, Miss Claire Birtz, advi- 
sor, D. Anderson. 



Chef's 
Club 




P. Hoyt, D. Corbitt,]. Swiatek, M. Williams, H. Cox. 



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Library 
Club 



FIRST ROW: A. Kalis, C. Stanhope, A. Hufault D Plouffe- SECOND Rnw- a n„ ■ v r- i_. 

C 1/bby, D. F/tzg/bbons; THIRD W M. WilliamsTHoyC^Sch ' ^'^ °' ^"^ 




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French 
Club 





Spanish 
Club 



FIRST ROW: /. Swiatek, C. Pavre; SECOND 
ROW: E. Nass, S. Perron; THIRD ROW: M. Ge- 
nerate, S. Billis; FOURTH ROW: P. Lyons, D. 
Santelli, C. Morrill. 



FIRST ROW: K. Gaudette, R. Christman, K. Winters; SECOND ROW: M. Sansoucy, 
N. Freeland, C. Ducheneau, C. Hisoire. 





FIRST ROW: C. Favre, D. Starr, 5. Kadziewicz, L. Long, L. Peloquin, SECOND ROW: C. Hisoire, P. 
Lyons, ]. Santos, ]. Swiatek, N. Free/and, L. Perron, M. Sansoucy, C. Ducheneau, D. Corbitt, J. Pelo- 
quin, Mr. Flannery, D. St. Onge. 



Biology 
Club 




Medical 
Careers 
Club 



FIRST ROW: D. Fitzgibbons, D. Ouelette, D. Suitter, D. Bernard, E. Nass, M. Sandgren, V. Gauthier, W. 
Hughes, E. Dembowski; SECOND ROW: K. Winters, C. McDonald, M. Lavallee, D. Ploutie, N. Wedge. 



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Troubadours 





FIRST ROW: C. Ramsdell, Y. Cauthier, D. Fontaine, P. Nass, N. Wedge, B. Harwood, S. Baker, B. Colegnesi, D. Coderre, J. 
Benoit. SECOND ROW: C. Morrill, D. Pinkham, K. MacDonald, N. Mathieu, C. Majchrzak, B. Boulanger, j. Petrelli, A. La- 
Rochelle, N. Pelletier, D. Kaitbenski, M. Smith, S. Perron. THIRD ROW: M. Hughes, L Barth, B. Bicki, M. Moore, K. Di- 
Cregorio, H. Thomas, ). Benoit, A. Bouvier, K. Nasse, K. Champagne, S. Burnell, ). Remijan. FOURTH ROW: j. Normandin, S. 
Billis, B. Beattie, D. Corbitt, ). Gagnon, P. Alger, P. Lyons, E. Apostola, B. Lorange, S. Paracchio, A. Kiritsy. FIFTH ROW: M. 
Banks, D. Lacasse, A. Cauthier, D. Demers, H. MacKinnon, D. Lane, 5. Kadziewicz, W. Thompson. 



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Club 



FIRST ROW: A. Be/anger, P. Dargie, P. LaCoste, D. Corbitt, D. Lane, P. Hoyt, R Labonte; SECOND ROW: M. Belanger, 
W. Maska, M. Favreau, M. Simpson, L. Vairo, M. Morin. 



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FIRST ROW: D. Kopacz, K. Pion, M. Lavallee, L. Trifone, L. Lamberton, M. St. Laurent, E. John, L. Corbitt, K. Yurgilas, R. 
Costanzi, S. Galipeau, A. Wetherbee, S. Peloquin, S. Beaulieu, A. DiBonaventura; SECOND ROW: M. Cox, M. Perry, 
N. Caplette, L. O'Brien, S. Vallee, A. Justiniano, K. Svedberg, C. Libby, P. Capistrand, R. Schienfeldt, C. Wetherelt, D. 
Berthiaume, D. Chausse, ). Power, D. Berry; THIRD ROW: D. Gajewski, M. DiCregorio, S. Breen, M. Sandgren, D. La- 
joie, P. Gourdreau, C. DiDonato, D. Dion, D. Chasse,]. Champeau, J. Enoit, L. Lamica, A. Deveno, P. Plouffe; FOURTH 
ROW: K. Santelli, ]. Theodoss, K. King, C. Svedberg, C. Bellerive, I. McGrath, A. Kallis, M. Foley, S. Backs, L. Dashnaw, 
E. Ryder, M. Brown, G. Augusto, C. Dionne, P. Collette. 



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Lose as if you enjoyed it for a change. 

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ATHLETICS 



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FIRST ROW: M. Costa, D. Wright, D. Lane, K. Madore, W. Learned,!. Power, R. Peloquin, M. Dargie; SECOND ROW: L. Carpen- 
ter, D. Carceau, M Benjamin, L. Lomme, C. Mathieu, P. Lanctot, ]. Roy, N. Tremblay; THIRD ROW: D. Caouette, M. Besse, B. 
Tokarz, D. Ciovacco, M. Garcia, H. Dubreuil, R. Maramo, G. Corriveau; FOURTH ROW: A. jarvis, ]. Lefebvre, C. Langlois, K. 
Lombardo, M. Power, D. Lacasse, R. Thompson, L. Ciprari, R. Brain, Coach Donald Marino; FIFTH ROW: j. Petrelli, ). Power, R. 
Johnson, C. Culliton, N. Tiberii, P. Dargie, ). Ohop, Assistant Coaches William Welch and Anthony Santilli. 



Football 



"A winning season was just a hope." 

This year's squad compiled an 

impressive record of six wins and 

three losses to prove that 

those hopes were justified. 

Playing against bigger and 

more experienced opponents, the 

boys rallied behind Tri-Captains 

Ken Madore, Bill Power and Bill Learned 

to pull out some close ones. 

Their undying spirit and 

determination proved what high school 

football is all about. 




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grounds, the annual Thanksgiving Day game 
was dubbed the "Christmas Classic" by impa- 
tient players and fans. But on December 5, the 
game proved worth waiting for as the Pi- 
oneers blanked the Bartlett Indians 8-0. Se- 
nior Ken Madore scored in the first period 
and Bill Learned caught the conversion pass. 
Jim Power made at least 25 individual tackles 
and was awarded the Vincent Sabatinelli 
Memorial MVP trophy. Other seniors playing 
their last game at SHS were: Mike Costa, 
Dennis Wright, Dave Lane, Bob Peloquin and 
Mike Dargie. 




FIRST ROW: F. Nunes, R. Guerin, J. Barnes, K. Christo, P. Halkidis, R. Weinert, 5. Varin, S. Butler, J. Kowalski; SECOND ROW: D. 
Albani, G. Tucci, S. Kadziewicz, J. Chasse, B. Galli, D. Ashe, E. Peters; THIRD ROW: ]. Prokos, A. Garcia, J. Kozlowski, C. Liver- 
nois, L Poirier, ]. Santo, Coach Walter Gosk; FOURTH ROW: 6. Paddleford, V. Hoffman, B. Dupuis, C. John, K. Jewell, M. 
Hernandez. 




Soccer 



Soccer made its debut at SHS this year and interest in 

the sport was apparent from the large number who 

tried out for the team. Though the boys experienced 

defeat, they made a good showing for their first year in 

competition. Many members will return for next year's 

squad and with their continued effort and 

determination, the future could be bright for soccer at 

SHS. 



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FIRST ROW: /. Power, L. Perron, R. Cournoyer, P. Lacoste, C. Dupaul, L Vairo, j. Jedynasty; SECOND ROW: Mr. N. Rich- 
ard Leduc, coach, L Negip, W. Cajewski, ]. Boyle, M. Regan, /. McKenna, N. Peterson, R. McGrath, P. Regan, R. 
Christman. 




CROSS 
COUNTRY 

It was a year of firsts for 
the cross-country team 
. . . first win over Tan- 
tasqua . . . best showing 
ever in the KofC road 
race . . . great finish for 
their first competition 
at Wachusett Invitation- 
al meet. Sophomore Bill 
Cajewski proved to be 
one of the best around, 
along with frosh runner 
Paul LaCoste. Senior 
co-captains Jeff Boyle 
and Lee Negip led the 
squad coached by Mr. 
N. Richard Leduc. 



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FIRST ROW: /. Boyle, W. Learned, L. Negip, ). Power, T. Nikolla, M. Costa; SECOND ROW: Coach Walter Cosk, M. Chasse, M. 
Regan, R. Christman, V. Hoffman, N. Peterson, D. Wright. 



Varsity 
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The Border Conference title was within our 
reach for the first time in the history of SHS. 
Coached by Mr. Walter Gosk and led by Cap- 
tain Jim Power, the team utilized a fast, running 
offense and deadly press. Combining the play- 
making of Lee Negip, the rebounding of Vin 
Hoffman and Dennis Wright, the team com- 
piled an impressive win record. The boys also 
represented SHS in Europe in the spring, tour- 
ing England and the continent for two weeks, 
playing several exhibition games. 




Junior 

Varsity 

Basketball 




FIRST ROW: R. Cournoyer, D. Albani, F. Bousquet, E. Peters; SECOND ROW: D. 
Ashe, j. Varin, D. Lacasse, P. Regan, B. Galli, ). Chasse. 




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FIRST ROW: M. Aucoin, L. Vairo, P. Alicea, P. Lacoste, M. Caron, J. Earls, R. Miranda; SECOND ROW: /. Cray, /. Power, P. 
Burzycki, K. Leblanc, R. Hughes, Coach James Kane. 



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Varsity 




FIRST ROW: D. Ouelette, ]. Champeau, M. Smith, D. Chausse, C. Leblanc; SECOND ROW: L Bouchard, D. Kaitbenski, S. Ford, 
M. Prokos, L. Corbitt, D. Tremblay, 5. Ford, Miss Linda Arslanian, caoch. 



G/r/s' 
Basketball 

A balanced offense and a 
hard-working defense 
characterized the girls' 
team this year. Co-cap- 
tains Janet O'Brien and 
Barbara Johnson com- 
bined outside shooting 
and rebounding to lead 
the team to many victo- 
ries. Senior members 
Elaine Apostola and An- 
nette Gauthier contribut- 
ed heavily on defense. 
The team boasted nine 
first-string players, all of 
whom saw a lot of action 
during the season. Miss 
EleanorTremblay 
coached the varsity squad 
and Miss Linda Arslanian 
coached thejayvee team. 




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Junior Varsity 




FIRST ROW: C. Nault, ). O'Brien and B. Johnson, co-captains, D. Sarrasin; SECOND ROW: Miss Eleanor 
Tremblay, coach,]. St. Laurent, P. Mandeville, A. Cauthier, C. Favre, E. Apostola. 



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Girls' 
Softball 




FIRST ROW: P. Collette, S. Ford, B. Wood, S. Cygan, ]. O'Brien, E. Vangel, ). Champeau; SECOND 
ROW: Mr. N. Richard Leduc, coach, C. Nault, A. Cauthier, ). Liro, ). St. Laurent, D. Sarrasin, J. 
Berthiaume. 




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FIRST ROW: T. Nikolla, M. Cournoyer, ]. Petrelli, R. Vairo; SECOND ROW: ]. Power, Mr. William Welch, assistant coach, L 
Druckenbrod, N. Tremblay, W. Learned, B. Tokarz,]. Theodoss, M. Garcia, L. Negip, Mr. Anthony Santilli, coach. 



Varsity 
Baseball 





junior 
Varsity 



FIRST ROW: R. Brian, j. Roy, R. Coumoyer, 5. Butler, ]. Varin. SECOND ROW: D. Ashe, E. Peters, F. Bousquet, D. Ciovac- 
co„ ]. Lomme, M. Besse, G. Langlois, B. Dupuis, C. Mongeon, Mr. Donald Ferron, coach. 




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FIRST ROW: M. Reagan, I. Berthiaum, D. Wright, K. Mac/ore, M. Quevillon, j. Zachara. SECOND ROW- A 
Todd, W. Hibbard, R. Christman, D. Perry, W. Cajewski, H. Dubreuil. THIRD ROW: P. Charette, R. Thompson L 
Ciprari, ]. Learned, D. Albani, C Livernois, B. Tetreault. FOURTH ROW: D. Pienta, N. Tiberii, ). Lazo, W. Foley 
W. Anderson, Mr. Donald Mariono, coach. 



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Golf 



The golf team, coached by Mr. Donald Ber- 
nard, finished the season with an impressive 
15-4 record. Expectations are even greater for 
next year, when most of the squad will be 
returning. 




FIRST ROW: R. Caprera, ). Ziemski, N. Cooper, G. DeAneelis SEC- 
ki, Mr. Donald Bernard, coach. 






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Some people make things happen, 

Some watch things happen, 

While others wonder what has happened. 

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EVENTS 



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The 
Prom 



The octopus fell into the bandstand 
and the wall crashed during the night, 
but the whale didn't bite anyone and 
the Class of '72 put it all together for 
the Underwater Fantasy, one of the 
best proms ever at SHS. Everyone con- 
tributed a special talent . . . the sunken 
boat . . . Betty Salva's King Neptune . . . 
Judy Couture's murals . . . George Vi- 
landre's whale . . . the clam . . . the 
pink castle . . . everybody's pomps, 
streamers and chicken wire . . . "Hitch- 
in' a Ride" . . . Mr. Schultz and Mr. 
Paul . . . the hours . . . The Prom. 





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THE QUEEN AND HER COURT: Linda Gravel; Martha Palmerino; Dolores Corriveau, queen; Lynn Verna; Deborah 
Hefner. 



Ronnie Cournoyer 
Presented the class 
"Thank you" to 
Mr. Schultz and 
Mr. Paul. 




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Undersea 
Fantasy 

A dream world of color 
and light. From the whims- 
ical octopus to the mysteri- 
ous sunken galleon, the 
transformation was 
complete. 



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'1984 

War is peace. Freedom is slavery. 
If Big Brother were watching, 
even he would have been im- 
pressed by the All-School pres- 
entation of "1984" in May. Mark 
Chasse and Clare Morrill were 
most convincing as Winston and 
Julia. Elaine Apostola was a very 
real Parsons and Debbie Lacasse 
did an excellent job as the elder- 
ly landlady, as did Jim Santo as 
Syme. The play was directed by 
Mr. Dennis McManis. 







THE CAST AND CREW: FIRST ROW: 6. /.orange, IV. Hughes, I. Couture, A. Billis, D. Lacasse; SECOND ROW: D. Perry, j. Fournier, M. 
Chasse, C. Morrill, E. Apostola, ]. Santo, H. MacKinnon, B. Asselin; THIRD ROW: S. Kadziewicz, J. Waskiewicz, C. Beattie, D. Elkins, D. 
Lane and A. Arpin. 




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"The Miracle Worker 

To become the character is the ultimate 
challenge for an actor. Teri Righi and Bon- 
nie Asselin went beyond that challenge as 
Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sulli- 
van in the Senior Class producation of "The 
Miracle Worker." The audience, totally 
involved in the production, was spellbound 
by the realism of the performance. The sea- 
soned cast under the direction of Mr. Den- 
nis McManis, combined to render the most 
emotional and unforgettable performance 
ever given at Southbridge High School. 





SITTING: K. Christo; D. Borey; W. Hughes; S. Howard; K. Nasse; B. Johnson; N. Zarzycki; D. Lacasse. 
STANDING: H. MacKinnon, j. Couture, student director, D. Corbitt, R. Talisman, E. Apostola, Mr. Mc- 
Manis, ]. Normandin, M. Chasse, D. Lane, C. Morrill, T. Righi, B. Asselin. 



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George Washington 
Slept Here 

The Southbridge Education Association 
presented a rousing comedy in June to 
raise money for the scholarship fund. 
Starring Miss Beverly Poliks and Mr. Gary 
Feurer, the play dealt with the couple's 
problems with property rights and the 
mysterious disapperance of the deed. 
Other cast members were: Mr. David 
Yacavace, M. Thomas Kruczek, Mr. Pat- 
rick Loconto, Mr. James Forkey, Mrs. 
Eleanor Lemond, Miss Janet Turner and 
Mr. Dennis McManis, director. 






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Greg Polanik led the 
rollicking rendition 
of the 1812 Overture 
on the chimes, glock- 
enspiel and kazoo; 
the Donais sisters 
sang and played their 
own work and every- 
one joined in for the 
finale, singing "Hap- 
piness is . . . " 



Concerts 

The concerts were better than ever 
this year and a packed house be- 
came a tradition at the semi-an- 
nual event. People have come to 
anticipate the productions as sure 
and welcome signs of Christmas 
and spring. Under the direction of 
Mr. Thomas Kruczek, the jazz band 
came to maturity this year, pre- 
senting a really great program at 
each performance. The singing 
groups, directed by Mr. Gary Feu- 
rer, also added some new and 
sophisticated pieces to their varied 

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Pancake 
Breakfast (Brunch) 

The breakfast became a brunch 
after snow fell on the Thanksgiving 
festivities this year. The seniors 
froze the donuts and prayed for 
the sausage and the event was 
} moved to December 5, when the 
football game was finally played. 

* Besides the food, the floral cor- 
j sages being sold by the seniors had 

|V to be sent back twice. They were a 
busy class that day, but they pulled 
through with high spirits and good 
humor. 




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Home Economics students 
gained experience in caring 
for preschool youngsters in 
a three-day program in the 
spring. The students had as 
much fun as their charges, 
many of whom were child- 
ren of faculty members. 




International 
Buffet 



It was a big change 
from stuffed hot dogs 
and grilled cheese 
sandwiches — an inter- 
national buffet took 
place in March in the 
cafeteria during lunch 
periods. Under the 
direction of Mrs. Nancy 
Normandin, the cafete- 
ria staff and senior 
home economics stu- 
dents served some deli- 
cious delights. 




Freshman 
Reception 

Suddenly, the seniors 

looked grown up. "Were 

we that small when we 

were freshmen?" After 

waiting four years for the 

honor, they introduced 

the largest freshman class 

in the history of the 

school to the faculty. 




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There was no question whether 
SHS had spirit this year. The ral- 
lies, planned by the cheerlead- 
ers and their adviser, Miss Lillian 
Miskavich, were louder, better 
and more enthusiastic than ever. 
The uncontrolled enthusiasm of 
the class competition at the 
Thanksgiving rally is proof of 
that. The freshmen won the class 
yell and the seniors took first 
place in the decorating competi- 
tion. Spirit even carried the foot- 
ball players into the class yell for 
the seniors. This year also saw 
the first basketball rally, com- 
plete with an exhibition by the 
team. 





A mouse in a cheese, a jovial 
pumpkin, twittering insects, a 
female vampire, a six-pack and 
other mystifying personages vis- 
ited the cafeteria for the first 
Halloween party sponsored by 
the Student Council. The pot 
luck buffet was as interesting as 
the characters in costume. The 
party, one of the most successful 
and fun-filled events ever held 
at the school, featured a Vincent 
Price horror movie and car- 
toons. Mr. Loconto paid dearly 
for his terrible costume and 
Debbie Santelli chose the crucial 
moment in the film to knock a 
plate on the floor, creating her 
own very effective sound effects. 




164 



Winter Carnival 

Involvement . . . participation . . . 

class competition . . . good spirits 

. . . getting together . . . Winter 

Carnival 72. WC '72 started 

something at SHS. The spirit of the 

carnival caught everyone. A broad 

range of activities appealed to 

many interests and talents. The 

carnival encouraged everyone to 

work together in class 

competition, but allowed for 

individual expression too. The 

Student Council and Mr. Larson 

started a great tradition. 





166 




168 




Sports for everyone . . . exchange concerts 
. . . coed volleyball and basketball . . . Mr. 
Marino and Miss Arslanian, referees . . . 
tricycle races . . . powder puff hockey . . . 
ping-pong . . . coffee house . . . forty 
million screaming little kids in the Walt 
Disney movie . . . speed skating . . . Gary 
Gryncewicz' great victory . . . popcorn . . . 
beautifying the cafeteria with murals . . . 
hamburgers and hot dogs and 
marshmallows . . . brooms . . . tons of snow 
coming a week late . . . Mr. Larson. 



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Closing activities were 
postponed by the blizzard that 
dropped two feet of snow 
sculpture material on 
Southbridge. But carnival 
week was extended, so Walt 
Disney's characters reigned 
over what will probably be the 
longest winter carnival at SHS. 




To be free, young and alive, 
Aware of each heartbeat's pulsating presence, 
Appreciating the simple beauty around us, 
While being impatient with its imperfections. 

Another's smile of recognition encouraging us 
To get together and know one another, 
Learning from insight and experience, 
Yet realizing our vulnerability to their shortcomings. 

The hope in our success, 

Strength found when testingthe limit of our abilities, 

A never-ending drive to reach our utmost potential. 

Remember these youthful ways, 

For the future is left to be achieved. 



173 



Nature gives to every time and season 
Some beauties of its own. 

Charles Dickens 




174 




PATRONS 



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Compliments of 



Carriage House Motor Lodge and Apartments 



Cedar Lake, Sturbridge 



GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1972 



Westwood, Incorporated 



177 









S & M Mfg. Co., Inc. 1 

A House of Quality for Custom Injection Molded Parts 1 

Box 368 Ashland Ave. " 
Southbridge, Mass. 01550 






McKINSTRY ICE CO., INC. 

6 Dupaul Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Tel. 764-4318 


LUCY'S LAUNDRY MISS 

236 Mechanic Street 








E.J. MARTIN & CO. 1 

P.O. Box 333, Southbridge, Mass. 
Cable: Marco 

Specializing in Imports of 
Distinctive Floor Coverings 






Good Luck to the Class of 72 
from 

Hipp Lanes 

121 Ashland Ave. 
764-8926 


Rich's Camperama 

465 E. Main Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

1-617-765-5489 

Truck Caps — truck Campers 

Tent Trailers — Travel Trailers 

Rentals Available 



178 



Tri-Community Pharmaceutical 
Association 

Southbridge, Mass. 


Our Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1972 

CENTRAL PIZZA 

57 Central Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 










American Motor Lodge 

Pool — Banquet Rooms — Food 

Sturbridge 

American Bowling Lanes 

Southbridge 
Skarani Bros. 
Southbridge 










Good Luck to the Class of 72 
from 

Tri-Area Sports Shop 

186 Hamilton Street 


Best Wishes Class of 1972 

Sturbridge Floor Covering & Tile Co. 

Inlaid — Rugs — Ceramic Tile 
Tel. 347-9781 

765-5266 










Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 

Attorney and Mrs. S. Anthony Caprera 











179 



Best Wishes From — 




THE UNITED LENS CO., INC 



259 Worcester Street, Southbridge 




SOUTHBRIDGE SAVINGS 

BANK 



Southbridge, Mass. 



Assets Over $40,000,000 



Incorporated 1848 




181 




ELM VARIETY 



Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

Props. Richard and Jeanette Cote 




HYDE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

54 Eastford Road 




182 



NIGHOLS COLLEGE 

Dudley, Massachusetts 



Degree Programs Offered: ; 
Bachelor of Arts ^ ^ ; 

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration 



COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHBRIDGE TIRE 
FOR THE BEST IN TIRES 



BOUVIER INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 




Sturbridge, Mass. 



D & D Welding and Salvage Corp. 



146 Ashland Ave. 

South bridge, Mass. 

765-5119 



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|l Syl's Auto Sales & Service 

^k Sturbridge Road 

^ v Tel. 347-3577 
Bl Skrbndge, Mass. 
1 ^k Your American Motors Dealer 


THE BOOK CELLAR A 

3 Hamilton Street ^m 
Southbridge, Mass. ^k 


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Best Wishes ^H 

Southbridge Mfg. Corp. ^H 


^^J WESO 

W 970 AM 100.1 FM 


Raymond and ^k 
Ernest Lippe ^k 


1l J.J. DELEHANTY AND 
L COMPANY 

^ 858 Main Street 
^k Southbridge, Mass. 
^L Home Furnishings Since 1875 

^k Terms Arranged 
SI^BHbIhIH^ 764-6042 


Compliments of: ^H 

McGRATH RADIO & ^ 
APPLIANCE CO. ^ 

Sales and Service ^B 

33 Crystal Street ^B 
Tel. 764-7496 ^ 
Charles T.Parham — Owner ^B 


't^^^m^ vies spa 

fV^'i^^'O^r 84 Worcester Street 
i -Vvf'-'C^^r Southbridge, Mass. 



184 



Mario's 

Fine Italian and American Food 

Pizza — Steaks — Sea Food 
Cocktails 

42 Main Street, Southbridge, Mass. 




ELM MARKET 

177 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 

SOUTHBRIDGE SCRAP IRON 

and METAL CO., INC. 

and 

L&P DISTRIBUTORS 

39 Moon Street 



185 



VJ71-197/ 




^Bicentennial 

Publick House 

On the Common - Sturbridge, Mass. - (617 ) 347-331 3 





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RUSSELL HARRINGTON CUTLERY, INC. 

PROFESSIONAL CUTLERY 

SOUTH BRIDGE, MASS. 



william h. di gregorio agency 

36 HAMILTON STREET 



SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. 

A COMPLETE SERVICE 

REAL ESTATE -INSURANCE* 

MUTUAL FUNDS 



WILLIAM H. DI GREGORIO 



BUS. 617/764-4333 
RES. 617/347-9212 



187 



The Bendlx Corp. 

Electro Optics Division 
Sturbridge, Mass. 








BOUSQUET'S AUTO 1 
PARTS, INC. 1 

Southbridge, Mass. 
Dudley, Mass. 
Putnam, Mass. 






DAVID LENTI 

Shoes — Clothing 

11 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 








Chris Chrysler Plymouth Inc. 

393 E. Main Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Tel. 765-9526 


TETREAULT — PERVIER 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

22 Goddard Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

General Insurance — Real Estate 
Notary Public 







188 





DESA PAINT CO. 

Grumbacher Art Supplies ; 

52 Central St. v 
Southbridge, Mass. 


Park Lane Motors 

15-17 Goddard Street 
Southbridge, Mass. ' ■'■■■i-^i :; : ,'; ^ :;:'■;/■';'''■,£•:; 




Congratulations 
Class of 1972 



BIG BUNNY MARKET 
MARKET 



Congratulations Class of 1972 

Bi-Cycle Shop 

234 Hamilton St., Southbridge 

Bikes, Trikes, Toys and 

Accessories of all kinds 

Frank S. Franconeri, Proprietor 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

Christie's 
FINE FOODS 

42MainStreet 
Southbridge, Mass. > 




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THE EVENING NEWS 

Home Newspaper for Southbridge 
And Southern Worcester County 

25 Elm Street 
764-4325 



189 



Good Luck to the Class of 1972 

Rogart Builders Inc. 

37 Hook Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

764-2677 



Good Luck to the Graduating Class 
from 

Christie and Thompson 



SOUTHBRIDGE SHEET 
METAL WORKS 

76 Mill Street 
Southbridge, Massachusetts 




BUTLER'S FLOWER SHOP 

10 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



Main St. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Clothes 

for 

M en _ Women — Boys 



190 















Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 

Barbara's Beauty Salon 

of 

Southbridge 

39 Elm Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Area Code 617 

Tel. 764-4681 




TRAHAN BROS., INC. 

Masonry, Dry Wall, Plastering 

•■'■•;■ ;- : ' supplies & USG Paint 

57G South Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

y: Tel. 764*8814 : ^v;; C 
















PAQUETTE STATIONARY CO. 

338 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

school supplies greeting cards 

portable typewriters ! 
fountain pens 




Best Wishes from 

ARMAND'S SODA OUTLET 

190 Worcester St., Southbridge 

Where You Get More of the Best 

for Less. 










Eddy's Cafe 

792 Main Street 










FRATERNAL ORDER OF 
POLICE ASSN. 
















LOUIS 

Home of Famous 
Names in Fashions 

31 Hamilton St. 
Southbridge, Mass. 




Kentronics 

"Your electronics department store" 

331 Main St., Southbridge 
Webster: 142 Main St. 
Formerly Radio Shack 

















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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Graduating Class of 1972 

A II an *s Hair Styling Salon 



Pino's Restaurant 

104 Mechanic Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



VICTOR L. PELOQUIN 

3 Central Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



MARTEL CLEANERS 

142 Hamilton Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



IDEAL DRIVING SCHOOL 

335 Main Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

764-8238 




Albert Petrelli, proprietor 
Learn to drive the IDEAL way. 



192 




A&M TOOL & DIE 
CO. 

Mill Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



SOUTHBRIDGE PUBLIC 

SCHOOL 

CUSTODIANS ASSOCIATION 

Local # 28 



KOCHANEK FURNITURE STORE 
STORE 

Corner Central and Hook Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



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R. ROBBINS & CO. 

"The family store since 1910" 
With clothes for the jet set 



Compliments of 

Southbridge Lumber and Supply 

"Buy with confidence from : 
Southbridge Lumber and Supply" 




SOUTHBRIDGE 

CO-OPERATIVE 

BANK 



15 Elm Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 

Systematic Savings Accounts 

Regular Savings Accounts 

Paid-Up Shares 



194 











T~ S E RVICE SINCE 1865 ^1 

1 BURNHAM 
- INSURANCE * 
{ AGENCY, INC. 

L " " 'J 




L. SOUTHBRIDGE, MAS S. ^ 




J. N. Burnham 

R. B. Muenzberg 

J. E.Taylor 




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r*>*vH TheSouthbridge 
M* /IjL_ Firefighters' Association 

MjmJL v 



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Barb's House of Hair Styling 



Earnest St., Webster 



Ben Bousquet realtor 



UAe Salle ru 
OF HOMES 
135 Boston Turnpike 
Shrewsbury, Mass. 

472 Park Avenue 
Worcester, Mass. 

264 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



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Tel. 757-7731 
Tel. 798-0073 
Tel. 765-5411 






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Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 

KAMPUSKORNER 

Distinctive Fashions for Men and Women 

Big Bunny Shoppers Plaza 
926 Main St., Southbridge, Mass. 



196 





EHJDLEY 
GIFT 

SHOPPE 



ROUTE 131, DUDLEY MASS. 

1:00-8:00 PMMon.-Fri. 
Sat.&Sun.1:00-6:00PM 



SOUTHBR1DGE CREDIT UNION 



Corner Main and Elm Streets 



Savings — Loans 



Langevin Jewelers 

Lorraine Langevin 
Albert J. Langevin 



JE\v Eu 




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UNIVERSAL BLANK CO., INC. 



79 North Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 




BEST WISHES FROM 
THE STURBRIDGE HOUSE 

RTES. 20 & 131 STURBRIDGE, MASS. 
TEL. 347-9819 




SHEET METAL 

INC 



Custom and Industrial 

Experimental! 

Sbuthbridge, Mass, 






Prince Music Store 



306 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 01550 



198 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS 

OF 72 
FROM 
THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



THE CLASS OF 1974 



199 



BILL SWIACKI 
REAL ESTATE— INSURANCE 



Southbridge, Mass. 

222 Main Street 

764-4391 



REGEP CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION 



EXCAVATING AND ASPHALT PAVING CONTRACTORS 
BUILDING-WRECKING 



200 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 72 

Compliments Of 

Thomas Variety Store 
Prop. C.G.Thomas 



201 




BERMERTOOL & DIE, 
INC. 

94 Ashland Avenue 
Southbridge, Mass. 




JIMMY'S HAIR STYLING 

Treat yourself to the best at 

Jimmy's Hair Styling 

14 Hamilton Street 

Adults $1.75 
ildreh (under 1 
Saturday $1. 





Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 

Southbridge Trucking, Inc. 

Mayflower 

875 Main Street 

In Webster: 67 Deslauriers Ave. 



A.M. KOURI COMPANY 

Men and Women Fashions 
Southbridge and Webster, Mass. 

Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 




^lENDLY ICE REAM SHOP 




357 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



COURNOYER FLOOR AND 
WINDOW 

MAINTENANCE 

Box 368, Sturbridge, Mass. 
Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 



202 




"Just plain good eating" 



BROKEN WHEEL 



The Prince Family 



203 



MORIN STUDIOS 



Portraits of Distinction 

Wedding Albums — Children — Family Plans 

Morin's Camera, Gift and Jewelry Shoppe 

Cameras — Gifts — Jewelry — Films 

253 Main Street, Webster 389 Main St., South bridge 

Tel. 943-0044 Tel . 764-7250 

We wish you the best of luck in years to come! We, the Morin Studios of 
Southbridge and Webster, are proud of the part we have had in helping to 
make your yearbook a permanent reminder of your school years, one of the 
happiest and most exciting times of your life!! We hope that just as you have 
chosen us as your class photographer, you will continue to think of Morin Stu- 
dios when you want photographs to help you remember other momentous 
days to come!! When you chose Morin Studios, you are sure of the finest 
craftsmanship at moderate prices! We wish to extend our most sincere grati- 
tude to all the members of the Class of 1972! 



HENRY'S RADIO SHOP 

226 Elm Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

764-4446 



ART'S JEWELERS 

307 Main Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

764-3666 



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PATRONS 



Dr. Ernest Borsari 

Dr. and Mrs. L. M. DiGregorio 

A Friend 

Globe Cafe ofSouthbridge 

Dr. Raymond F. Haling 

Dr. H.G. Harwood 

Dr. and Mrs. A. I. Koprowski 

Dr. and Mrs. Clement E. LaCoste 

Joseph V. Laughnane 

Richard J. LeFebvre, D.M.D 

R. G. Lescarbeau 

Ralph). Malagodi, D.M.D. 

Atty. and Mrs. Michael J. Morrill 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Perron 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Roy 

Dr. Joseph E. and Angela R. Silverberg 

Tasse Fuel Corporation 

Tetreault's Spa 

Waite Hardware Co. 

Dr. Bernard Walkowiak 



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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



Bonnie J. Asselin 



ASSOCIATE EDITOR 



Nancy R. Zarzycki 



LAYOUT EDITORS 



Janet B. O'Brien, Kathleen A. Peloquin 



COPY EDITOR 



Clare M. Morrill 



ART EDITOR 



Judith E. Couture 



BUSINESS MANAGERS Barbara J. Bicki, James L. McKenna 



SPECIAL ASSISTANTS 



Deborah J. Santelli, Dawn M. Smarelli, 
Sandra BilHs,Jill M. Normandin, 
Paul C. Quigley, Richard A. DiGregorio, 
Joyce Langlais. 



ADVISORS 



Mrs. Elizabeth LeClair, business 
Miss Ann O'Connell, editorial. 



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The 1972 Milestone staff wishes to 

thank Mr. Donald Lendry, American 

Yearbook representative, Mr. Robert 

Morin, our photographer, and Miss 

Mary Anne Magiera for their 

valuable assistance. 




Artistic crams, the Irish Rovers and 

janis joplin, theme discussions, 

inconsistent layouts, and various 

other frustrations have dominated 

the many long hours of yearbook 

meetings over the past school year. 

The outcome is this attempt at 

capturing the mood of Southbridge 

High. Hopefully, as the reader, the 

feelings you have experienced 

during the countless football games, 

rallies, after school get-togethers, 

classes, plays or at more solitary 

moments have been renewed. More 

importantly, I'd wish, if nothing else, 

that this yearbook will influence you 

in appreciating what others have 

done for you, teachers and students, 

during your high school career. A 

sense of gratitude when reminded of 

the role they have played in forming 

your ideas and in shaping your 

future. 



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Bonnie Asselin 



Jacob Edwards Library 

236 Main Street 
Soirthbridoe. MA 01550 



Jacob Edwards Library 

236 Main Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550